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Gossip and Rumors

Summary: This essay provides information on the hidden qualities of Jay Gatsby in "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's character James Gatsby in the Great Gatsby is a mysterious man with a questionable background. The rumors and the gossip that public have heard about James Gatsby originate from wealth and an unknown identity. James Gatsby has three different personalities. The first being "who he is", the second "who he thinks he is", and the third "who others think he is." The first personality, who he is, which James Gatsby himself invented, is a self-image. The second personality, who others think he is, is outrageously tentative. This is due to the fact that he is so mysterious in many ways. His mysterious identity makes him the source of countless rumors such as, being a German spy during World War II, running a bootlegging ring of drug stores, or killing a man. Finally, who he really is, is the personality that gossipmongers, partygoers, and passers-by...

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